China's Fraudbusters Crack Down on Fake Goods
Xu Dajiang spends at least three days a week in supermarkets in China scrutinizing products. He’s not shopping for bargains; he’s looking for any sign of flaws—an expired sell-by date, a forbidden ingredient, an exaggerated claim on a package, or outright counterfeit.
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